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Hello, I’m a little concerned I contracted something. About fours days ago I felt a prick/ burning. It’s not bad but I get it every now and again. I noticed a couple small bumps but I can’t tell what it is. They haven’t changed/ popped but I’m really stressing out. Could someone please give their opinion? Thanks! 
 

P.S I should say that I’ve had “cold sores” that I think I contracted as a child from one of my family members. I rarely get them maybe once or twice a year. https://imgur.com/a/4lD3LHS

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Hey there.  I understand your concerns but everything looks perfectly normal.  Try not to worry.  Keep an eye on the area and should you experience a noticable change contact your health provider but for now, relax.

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Thanks for the reassurance. I will keep a close eye on everything for sure. For a piece of mind, I’m going to hopefully get it checked out tomorrow. 

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Well update, I went to my doctor and he said everything looks normal also. I mentioned a swab test but he said it wasn’t needed. I feel better but there’s there that doubt in my mind..  I suppose I’ll keep an eye on it and go from there. Thanks everyone, I’ve learned a lot from these threads. 

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4 hours ago, Zeus said:

Well update, I went to my doctor and he said everything looks normal also. I mentioned a swab test but he said it wasn’t needed. I feel better but there’s there that doubt in my mind..  I suppose I’ll keep an eye on it and go from there. Thanks everyone, I’ve learned a lot from these threads. 

Glad to hear the Dr says you are good.  Thanks for reporting back. It helps others in similar situations.   Be safe and smart going forward.   Use condoms. 

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